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All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost; the old that is strong does not wither, deep roots are not reached by the frost.......JRR Tolkien

Red Cupboard, mid-19th century

Shaker ...Maple and pine, original red stained varnish finish, five fingers right to left, small copper tac---Large Oval Box

Lot 73A: Large Oval Box | Willis Henry Auctions, Inc.

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salt glazed pottery

Americana in Connecticut

Americana in Connecticut

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Redware

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Lebanon County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, ca. 1810, with an ochre sponge decorated ground with diamond surround, above three green sponged drawers supported by bracket feet, 28 1/2" h., 51" w.

Windsor Settee

Windsor Settee | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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NA White, 6 gallon butter churn with stunning paddle tail, solid blue in body and wings.

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Cathead Teardrop, white oak basket | Leon Niehues

Willow Bee Inspired: Well Dressed Home No. 18 - Vintage Boats

Yellow Painted Shaker Pail, Canterbury, New Hampshire

A superior example of the art of Shaker basket weaving. Ash and maple retaining an old or original taupe wash. Essentially the basket equivalent of a Shaker carrier. New Lebanon, New York. Circa 1850. Height to rim, 6 1/2", height to top of handle, 11", length, 14 1/2", width, 9 3/8".

Hannah Cohoon (1788-1964), The Tree of Life, Hancock, Massachusetts, 1854, Ink and tempera on paper, 18 1/* x 23 5/16 inches. (Andrews collection, Hancock Shaker Village)

Shaker Pine Cupboard over Five Drawers, Mt. Lebanon, New York, c. 1830, turned cherry knobs, 82.5 H. x 32.5 W. x 25 D.

Large Shaker Red-painted Oval Covered Box, probably New England, mid to late 19th century, pine top and bottom with bent maple sides joined with five fingers and copper tacks, original paint, (imperfections), ht. 5 1/2, 9 1/2 x 13 1/2 in. skinner

Shaker Light Blue-painted Oval Covered Box, probably New England, 19th century, pine top and bottom with bent maple sides, the cover joined with a slender finger facing right, the box joined with two fingers facing left, each finger with finely chamfered edges, and nailed with copper tacks, mellow worn painted surface, ht. 3, 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. skinner

Good Mustard Yellow Painted Handled Field Basket